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    Hi
    Is it possible to get a whole new plant from cuttings of a cephs. winter leaves or non-cp leaves? Since it is of the same plant and the non-cp leaves have to survive by growing pitchers im guessing that it mite be succesful. Thanks!

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    I have had the best luck with using the winter leaves.
    I have never had a pitcher cutting strike for me.


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    The winter leaves do quite well in sprouting. I have done so in 50 ml centrifuge tubes, a baggie, and a swampy solution of live LFS. The trouble I had with the tube and baggie has been the transfer and acclimation to a permament set up. And while the swampy LFS set up breaks the rules of Ceph care, it was my most successful approach.

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    I only use winter leaves. Can't bring myself to cut off a perfectly good pitcher [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]
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